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09170: Production account and income generation, by industry 1970 - 2021

Steinar Todsen, Statistics Norway
+47 2109 4900
Ingunn Sagelvmo, Statistics Norway
+47 40902632
2022-05-13 08:00
Output at basic values. Current prices (NOK million):
NOK million
Intermediate consumption. Current prices (NOK million):
NOK million
Value added at basic prices. Current prices (NOK million):
NOK million
Compensation of employees. Current prices (NOK million):
NOK million
Taxes on production. Current prices (NOK million):
NOK million
Subsidies on production. Current prices (NOK million):
NOK million
Consumption of fixed capital. Current prices (NOK million):
NOK million
Operation surplus. Current prices (NOK million):
NOK million
Output at basic values. Constant 2015 price (NOK million):
NOK million
Intermediate consumption. Constant 2015 prices (NOK million):
NOK million
Value added at basic prices. Constant 2015 prices (NOK million):
NOK million
Output at basic values. Annual change in volume (per cent):
per cent
Intermediate consumption. Annual change in volume (per cent):
mill. NOK
Value added at basic prices. Annual change in volume (per cent):
mill. NOK
Output at basic values. Annual change in prices (per cent):
per cent
Intermediate consumption. Annual change in prices (per cent):
per cent
Value added at basic prices. Annual change in prices (per cent):
per cent
Output at basic values. Current prices (NOK million):
31.12
Intermediate consumption. Current prices (NOK million):
31.12
Value added at basic prices. Current prices (NOK million):
31.12
Compensation of employees. Current prices (NOK million):
31.12
Taxes on production. Current prices (NOK million):
31.12
Subsidies on production. Current prices (NOK million):
31.12
Consumption of fixed capital. Current prices (NOK million):
31.12
Operation surplus. Current prices (NOK million):
31.12
Output at basic values. Constant 2015 price (NOK million):
31.12
Intermediate consumption. Constant 2015 prices (NOK million):
31.12
Value added at basic prices. Constant 2015 prices (NOK million):
31.12
Output at basic values. Annual change in volume (per cent):
31.12
Intermediate consumption. Annual change in volume (per cent):
31.12
Value added at basic prices. Annual change in volume (per cent):
31.12
Output at basic values. Annual change in prices (per cent):
31.12
Intermediate consumption. Annual change in prices (per cent):
31.12
Value added at basic prices. Annual change in prices (per cent):
31.12
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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.1970 , 1971 , 1972 ,

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Field for searching for a specific value in the list box. This is examples of values you can search for.Total industry , Agriculture and forestry , Fishing and aquaculture ,

Selected 0 of total 51

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The components in constant prices do not add up to the totals due to separate chaining of the different levels. Figures from 2020 onwards are preliminary.